Rong-Yaw Chen

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Title: Professor Emeritus
Email: rong-yaw.chen@njit.edu
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Education

  • North Carolina State University, PhD 1966
  • University of Toledo, MS 1963 
  • National Taiwan University, BS 1957

Academic and Research Appointments

  • Named Professor Emeritus, January 27, 2014
  • Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, New Jersey  Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering (January 1993-2000)
  • Professor, Mechanical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology (1966-Present).
Research: 

Research Interests

Theoretical studies in deposition of particles suspended in gas stream in conduits due to inertia, viscous, gravity and electrostatic forces using finite element and finite difference methods

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Selected Publications

  • Chen, R. Y., Chiou, H.C. and Sun, D. "Deposition of Particles in a Convergent Channel" Powder Technology, vol 87, pp. 83-86, 1996.    
  • Chen, R.Y., Chen, W.C. and Lai, C.S. "Deposition of Charged Particles in a Channel" Powder Tech. vol.74, pp.135-140,  1993      
  • Chen, R.Y., Hui, K. H and Lu, C.H. "A Theoretical Study of Deposition of Charged Particles in a Convergent Channel due to Image Forces" Powder Tech. vol. 61, pp.225-229, 1990    
  • Chen, R. Y. and Kojack, T. A. "Deposition of Suspensions in the Entrance of a diffuser - Electrostatic and Gravitational Effects" Computer & Fluids, Vol.7, No.4, pp.295-304,  1979    
  • Chen, R. Y. "Flow in the Entrance Region at Low Reynolds Numbers" J of Fluids Engrg, Trans. ASME pp.153-158,  1975    
  • Chen, R.Y.and Williams, J.C."On Transition from Supersonic to Subsonic Flow at Low Reynolds Numbers in a Tube" J of Appl. Mech. Trans. ASME , pp.146-150,  1970